As we entered this small new cafe in Tromso we were greeted welcome by what seemed to be a young group of ambicious 20something guys in white shirts and bowties. All of them friendly and serviceminded. The menu is small and very affordable. We had a meat soup with lamb for 90 kr and "pytt I panne"(diced potatoes, onion, sausage with a fried egg) for 110kr. All simple and tasty, a typical Norwegian homecooked meal.
And they take their coffee very seriously! We had a lovely Kenyan coffee and a great pannacotta with applemarmelade for dessert. Love this place!
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